As multifaceted as the poem that inspired it, John Cranko's Onegin has been referred to as one of the finest narrative ballets of the late 20th century. Your passions will range from heartfelt to heartbroken as you witness this exquisite tale of youthful arrogance and mature regret. With sumptuous new costumes and scenery by English designer Elisabeth Dalton and a lush Tchaikovsky score, Onegin provides richly textured leading roles to showcase the dramatic abilities of Houston Ballet dancers.
ONEGIN (1965); Music by Peter I. Tchaikovsky (1840-1893); Arranged and orchestrated by Kurt-Heinz Stolze (1926-1970); Choreography by John Cranko; Staged by Jane Bourne; Scenery and Costume Design by Elisabeth Dalton; Lighting Design by Steen Bjarke.
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